In the neighborhood for the US Open?
The US Open attracts thousands of tennis fans to NYC every year. This year, the tournament started on Aug. 27, but the competition continues through Sept. 9, giving spectators a chance to see their favorite pros in action, including Serena Williams and Andy Murray, both recently back from the Olympics.
If you want to get away from the world’s largest tennis stadium, located in Flushing Meadows, Queens, there’s an endless list of restaurants, museums and shopping to explore. Celebrate your favorite player’s wins at one of these cheap eats. Or ease your heartbreak over Andy Roddick’s loss at one of these NYC bars.
Tired of sitting on the courts? Discover the Big Apple on foot , and soon you’ll be able to easily navigate through the city like a local. And though you may find the champagne bar at the courts exciting, if you’re really looking for an adventure be sure to explore all of the 5 boroughs and what they have to offer.
Finally, with Fashion Week in full swing, lovers of high fashion can attend the games in style by shopping at one of these popular shopping destinations.